Lots of films on offer at the Corby Core

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Another busy month of film screenings is in the pipeline at the Corby Core.

These start on Thursday, July 5, at 10.30am with a showing of Albert Nobbs, starring the Oscar-nominated Glenn Close as a woman posing as a male butler in a 19th century Dublin hotel.

At 7.30pm the same day there will also be a chance to see Tim Burton’s new gothic drama Dark Shadows, featuring Johnny Depp as vampire Barnabus Collins.

Highlights for the month include Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom, a coming of age comedy about two love struck children who run away from Scout Camp, starring Bruce Willis, Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton, and sci-fi action comedy Men In Black 3, featuring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as Agents J and K continuing to fight against alien invasion. Both films can be seen on Friday, July 13, and Saturday, July 14.

Family films for July include Top Cat (Saturday, July 14 at 10.30am), a new animated film of the well-loved alley cat’s antics, and Marvel Avengers Assemble (Saturday, July 28, at 2.30pm and 7.30pm), a tale of comic book superheroes teaming up to save the Earth, starring Robert Downey Jr and Scarlett Johansson.

Culture clash movie All In Good Time (Friday, July 6, at 2.30pm) sees a newly-wed Asian British couple struggling to start their marriage while living with interfering parents, a story from East Is East writer Ayub Khan-Din which includes Meera Syal in the cast.

In Trishna (Thursday, July 5, at 2.30pm) Michael Winterbottom updates the tragic tale of Hardy’s Tess Of The Durbervilles to modern day India.

Foreign language films on offer include Norwegian movie Headhunters, the French film from Cannes The Kid With The Bike, and Danish period drama A Royal Affair.

Recordings of live stage performances being screened this month are the National Theatre’s production of Frankenstein, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, and Puccini’s tragic opera Tosca, filmed at the Royal Opera House.

For most films adult tickets cost £6.50 and concessions £4.50. They are available from www.thecorecorby.com or by calling 01536 470470.